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CJI Ranjan Gogoi

Ram Mandir case delayed again as Justice UU Lalit recuses himself, next hearing on January 29

Rajiv Dhawan, who represents the Muslim side in the case, pointed it out that Justice Lalit had represented one of the parties in another case 24 years ago.

The destructive trio: Yashwant Sinha, Shourie and Bhushan move SC for review of Rafale judgement

Supreme Court in its judgement had dismissed all petitions seeking a court-monitored investigation into the Rafale deal. The Court said that it has not found any material to show that there has been any commercial favouritism

Concerns for Congress to conspiracy theories: The liberal meltdown after Rafale verdict

The SC today dismissed all the petitions over the Rafale deal.

SC finds no reason to interfere in Rafale deal on the basis of ‘perceptions’, dismisses all petitions for investigation

CJI Gogoi said the Bench is satisfied with the decision-making process in Rafale deal

SC refuses to revoke its order quashing a frivolous PIL against Arun Jaitley

The Supreme Court had quashed the petition calling it frivolous and had fined the petitioner.

SC seeks Centre’s opinion over ‘leader of opposition’ on panel for appointment in statutory bodies

The Congress though is the single largest party in opposition, it does not have the numbers for being considered as a leader of the opposition.

Supreme Court imposes Rs 50K fine on lawyer for frivolous PIL against Arun Jaitley

The Supreme Court censured the lawyer telling him that they found no reason to entertain this PIL

Justice Kurian Joseph is a hypocrite, did not maintain dignity of the position he held: Says National Minorities Commission VC

George Kurian has alleged that Justice Kurian Joseph made such 'misleading' statement with an intention of creating communal disharmony.

Government was forced to send CBI bosses on leave to maintain public confidence in the agency: Attorney General to SC

The CBI feud was out in the open after the agency was reported to have raided its own headquarters. The Union government then decided to send CBI Director Alok Verma and special director Rakesh Asthana on leave.

In two post retirement interviews, Justice Kurian Joseph contradicts his own claims about ‘external pressure on Judiciary’

Justice Joseph in his interview seems to have also tried to slide away from the criticism by putting the blame of Retd. Justice Chelameswar for the press conference fiasco.

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